Data growth drives market demand
With more data than ever being generated by Irish firms, the business of storage is becoming more important
The amount of data the average Irish company has to deal with is growing all the time, prompting business owners to ask the question, what to do with it all?
Storage is the obvious answer but what form is ideal? With on-site storage, solid state memory and cloud options all viable options, which is best and how can companies know which is right for them?
“The amount of data companies are dealing with is growing...
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